[영어에세이](US HISTORY) LETTER FROM BIRMINGHAM JAIL, APRIL 16, 1963

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(US History) Letter From Birmingham Jail, April 16, 1963
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Read the Letter from Birmingham Jail first.Then in complete sentences answer the following questions.

1.King described two kinds of laws. What were they, and what criteria did King use in deciding when to obey them?

2.What were the four basic steps of non violence?

3.What is his indictment (charges) against the city of Birmingham?

4.Why does he say that he must be concerned about what happens in Birmingham when he actually lived in Atlanta?

5.How does he respond to those who tell blacks to "wait"?

6.King claimed he was caught in the middle of two opposing forces/groups in the black community. Who were they and what did they want?

7.According to King, what is the purpose of "non-violent direct action"?

8.Why is King more upset with the "white moderate" than with the KKK member?

9.What examples of civil disobedience does he give from the Bible or history?

10.What does he accuse Albany, GA's police chief of doing?

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1. King described two kinds of laws. What were they, and what criteria did King use in deciding when to obey them?
2. What were the four basic steps of non violence?
3. What is his indictment (charges) against the city of Birmingham?
4. Why does he say that he must be concerned about what happens in Birmingham when he actually lived in Atlanta?
5. How does he respond to those who tell blacks to "wait"?
6. King claimed he was caught in the middle of two opposing forces/groups in the black community. Who were they and what did they want?
7. According to King, what is the purpose of "non-violent direct action"?
8. Why is King more upset with the "white moderate" than with the KKK member?
9. What examples of civil disobedience does he give from the Bible or history?
10. What does he accuse Albany, GA's police chief of doing?

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According to the letter to the Clergymen from Birmingham Prison, the King describes two kind of laws that guides the people. In the letter, it is stated that there are two kinds of laws; those that are just and those that are unjust. The just laws are described as laws that don't harm a person or any law that uplift a person in any state of being. On the other hand injustice, the law is described as laws that belittle or those that brings people down.

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King Jr, Martin Luther. "Letter from Birmingham City jail." (1963).
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